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World's Largest Classic and Exotic Car Sales Company

2,729 Classic and Exotics For Sale Today

World's Largest Classic and Exotic Car Sales Company

2,729 Classic and Exotics For Sale Today

CONTACT INFORMATION

SHOWROOM TIME IS 10-19-2018 05:35 AM
Sales Department Closed - After Hours

Showroom Location

14150 Grasslands Drive
Suite A
Englewood, CO 80112
Phone: 303-872-4722
Fax: 800-846-2591
denver@gatewayclassiccars.com

Showroom Hours

Monday - Friday
9am - 5pm

Saturday
9am - 5pm

DIRECTIONS

Located in Englewood, CO - Just 20 miles Southeast of Downtown Denver

From downtown Denver take I-25 S to Douglas County for 11 miles . Take exit 194 for E - 470 N. In .4 Miles take exit 2 for South Peoria Street. Make left on Peoria Street then, right on Compark Boulevard and in .7 miles you will make a final left turn on Highfield Parkway which will become Grasslands Drive. Gateway Classic Cars of Denver will be on your right!

ABOUT

Gateway Classic Cars is honored to join the Denver market with the opening of our 15th showroom!

Only 20 miles south of Downtown Denver, Gateway Classic Cars' latest venue will house 225-of the most desirable and high-quality classic and exotic vehicles, consigned by local sellers, collectors and estates. Within the upscale, 35,000 square foot facility, the Denver location will also host a monthly Cars & Coffee event in which all local enthusiast are invited to cruise in and reminisce amongst the broad inventory.

Our Denver location would be the 2nd venue to join Gateway's lineup in the year 2017. Come September, Team Gateway will also be cruising into Scottsdale, Arizona with the opening of our 16th location! Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale would be the 3rd location to open in the year 2017, which only further solidifies Gateways' growth and position as the world’s largest and most trusted place for private sellers, buyers, collectors and estates across the nation.

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FEATURED CARS

1992 GMC Typhoon

1992 GMC Typhoon


Engine: 4.3L V6
Transmission: 4 Speed Automatic with Over Drive
Mileage: 10,869 ( actual )

Now Featured in our Denver showroom is this stunning low mile 1992 GMC Typhoon with just over 10,000 miles since new! The Typhoon was one of the first of its breed with an auto manufacturer deciding to make a performance vehicle out of an SUV and had a short life span from 1991-1993. Powering these trucks was a 4.3L turbocharged V6 pumping out a strong 280HP from the factory and delivered it to all four wheels! The Typhoon has been a bit of a lost gem until recently and has started to become a very popular vehicle for collectors and enthusiasts everywhere. This Typhoon has been very well kept over the years and has only had two owners since new. The red paint still looks like it did on the showroom floor and very few were built in this color. Getting behind the wheel of this GMC, you would hardly guess what it is capable of. It all becomes very clear once you start cruise though and lay your foot into the throttle! The all wheel drive hooks up hard and presses you back in your seat with authority. This unassuming pickup will surprise most of the cars it passes and will do so in style and comfort! This Typhoon has been well maintained over the years and would make an excellent investment piece or toy to take out on nice weekends. No matter what your plans are with this Typhoon it will not disappoint! This vehicle is located in our Denver showroom. You can view this 1992 GMC Typhoon in greater detail including HD pictures and an HD video of it running and driving at Gatewayclassiccars.com. If you are interested in purchasing this vehicle or have more questions regarding it please call us at (303) 872-4722 or email us at Denver@gatewayclassiccars.com. http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/DEN/367/1992-GMC-Typhoon

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1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 RS

1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 RS


Engine: 302 CID V8
Transmission: 4 Speed Manual
Mileage: 53,920 ( undocumented )

The Trans-Am battles for which the Z/28 cars were built need no introduction, but the cars themselves remain somewhat unique in the world of collectable automobiles. Not quite race cars, but equipped with some serious performance hardware. The Z/28 option was a popular option in 1969 due perhaps to the fact of the race-ready hardware. Finding an intact Z/28 that hasn't been abused and thrashed is an exceptionally difficult task. This one is most certainly as nice as they come and has been authenticated by Larry Christensen as a true RS Z28 car. During the meticulous nut and bolt restoration, this Camaro was resprayed in a gorgeous Hugger Orange that fits this car very well. While this car is exceptional in every way, it is the little items that will escape your notice and make it truly remarkable. For example the original trim tag has never been removed from the body adding to the authenticity of this rare piece of American history. In short, this car is as close to the way the factory made it as possible. Of course, at this level, things like the chrome and stainless have been professionally refinished. Badges and emblems, including the Z/28 badges on the front fenders and the '302' badges on either side of the cowl induction hood, are either exact duplicates of the originals, or perfectly preserved NOS items. The Rally Sport Package being added brings along the concealed headlights, special grille, wheel opening moldings and bright exterior accents. Under the hood sits the DZ 302 cubic inch V8 that is the basis for this car being such a sought-after piece of classic car history. The engine has been rebuilt to stock specifications and remains in show condition today. The paint on the block and heads is crisp and clean, the satin black air cleaner wears the correct decals, and the spark plug wires are accurate reproductions. Even the unique exhaust manifolds look like they've just popped out of the molds and show no signs of heat cycling or corrosion. Looking underneath this beauty, the chassis tells the same story of attention to detail. Transferring the power to the 12-bolt posi-traction rear end is a Muncie M-22 close ratio 4-Speed manual transmission that not only shifts great but really makes you feel one with this machine while you are behind the wheel. If you are lucky enough to sit in the interior of this Camaro you will appreciate the fit and feel of the like new hounds tooth interior. Helping this car sounds like it should is the chambered exhaust system that has a very tame idle but when you roll on the accelerator pedal it lets others know you mean business. Wheels are, of course, the timeless 15-inch Chevy Rallyes with correct Goodyear Wide Tread GT bias-ply tires. You can view this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 RS in greater detail including HD pictures and an HD video of it running and driving at Gatewayclassiccars.com. If you are interested in purchasing this vehicle or have more questions regarding it please call us at (303) 872-4722 or email us at Denver@gatewayclassiccars.com. http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/DEN/368/1969-Chevrolet-Camaro-Z28-RS

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1970 Plymouth Barracuda

1970 Plymouth Barracuda


Engine: 432 CID V8
Transmission: 5 Speed Manual
Mileage: 1,435 ( since rebuilt )

This 1970 Plymouth Barracuda started out life as 1 of 602 that were with the HP383 mated to a 4-Speed manual transmission. Starting in 1983 the car had been stored inside keeping it rust free helping it keep the sheet metal all original! Fast forward to 2014 and the start of the rotisserie restoration that left no bolt untouched. Rallye Red paint adorns the smooth panels and has a great buttery gloss to it. There's no denying that this car was built to look fast as it is, a benefit of Chrysler's delay in developing the E-body twins to combat the Camaro and Mustang, and it's probably why the 'Cuda remains a perennial favorite. When the car was ordered it was special ordered with the 3.91 Sure Grip rear end. Also included in the “Cuda” options was the Rallye red paint,elastomeric bumpers front and rear, Rallye mirrors, Rallye bubble hood, Rallye instrument cluster, as well as a Rim-Blow steering wheel. Rounding out the great appeal of this car as it rolls down the road is a set of 18” U.S. Mag alloy wheels wrapped in 255/45R18 radial tires. There is no doubt that this is one of the most desirable muscle cars that the big three has produced and one of the arguably best years it was produced! Opening the dual scooped hood gives you a small peek at some of the modern upgrades that help bring this classic to life. Keeping the stroked 432 cubic inch V8 cool is an aluminum radiator with dual electric fans while pushing 400 horsepower. Feeding the fuel to this Mopar is an MSD Atomic throttle body EFI. Tasked with igniting all of that fuel is a complete MSD ignition system including a 6AL box. Breathing all of the exhaust out of this setup is a set of TTI ceramic headers and full Pypes dual exhaust complete with rectangular exhaust tips. Transferring all of that go fast power to the 8-3/4” rear end is a brand new Tremec 600 Five speed manual transmission rated to handle up to 600 horsepower. While it is a modern transmission it sports the correct pistol grip shifter for the era which no true Mopar of the time should be without. When we said not bolt was left untouched during the restoration we truly ment NO BOLT! When you look under this heart pounding muscle car you’ll find an undercarriage that matches the quality of the exterior. Hotchkis subframe connectors help insure all of that power does not hurt any of the beautiful body work. Tasked with bringing this car to a stop is a set of 4-wheel Willwood disc brakes as well as Hotchkis fully tuned shocks help keep traction while starting or stopping. A complete UniSteer power rack & pinion setup makes steering this car a dream. The look and feel of this black interior is the way this car was ordered and is a great combination of new and original components. The original dash remains intact and restored but now houses a complete set of Dakota digital gauges helping make sure all of the vitals of this car are monitored as accurately as possible. They also reveal that 1,437 miles have been driven since the restoration was completed. One of my personal favorite parts of this Barracuda is the wood rimmed steering wheel that is complete with the “fish” insignia. You can view this 1970 Plymouth Barracuda in greater detail including HD pictures and an HD video of it running and driving at Gatewayclassiccars.com. If you are interested in purchasing this vehicle or have more questions regarding it please call us at (303) 872-4722 or email us at Denver@gatewayclassiccars.com. http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/DEN/364/1970-Plymouth-Barracuda

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